As a finance professional, you have likely experienced how changing non-controlling interests can be a hassle when doing your financial reporting.
If a change in minority interests is not posted correctly and does not follow the structure of your group, it will lead to incorrect results in your management report – making it hard for management to make the necessary decisions for the company. It also results in more work for the finance department when the annual report approaches.
The How to Avoid the Most Common Mistakes in Your Non-Controlling Interest Calculation guide will lead you through 3 simple steps to ensure that changes of minority interests are posted correctly. This guide covers:
Skip the heavy workload at the year-end and deliver accurate results for your management reporting every month.